Garry Conille et Thierry Mayard Paul entendus par la commission d’enquête

January 30, 2012
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Garry Conille et Thierry Mayard Paul entendus par la commission d’enquête

La nouvellisteHaïti: Le Premier ministre Garry Conille et le ministre de l’intérieur et de la défense nationale, Thiery Mayard Paul, ont été finalement entendus ce vendredi par la commission d’enquête de la chambre des députés autour de l’arrestation du député Arnel Bélizaire. Lors de l’audition de Thiery Mayard Paul, dont le début s’est déroulé...
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Dans l’attente de la teneur de l’ordonnance du juge d’instruction

January 30, 2012
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Dans l’attente de la teneur de l’ordonnance du juge d’instruction

La nouvelliste:Haïti: - Dans l’attente de la sortie de l’ordonnance de clôture de l’instruction du dossier de l’ancien dictateur Jean-Claude Duvalier par le juge Carvès Jean, les états d’esprit au sein des organisations de défense des droits humains sont partagés, relève l’agence en ligne AlterPresse. A l’audition de l’inculpé Duvalier le 20 janvier dernier,...
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State-Of-The-Art Hospital Offers Hope For Haiti

January 29, 2012
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State-Of-The-Art Hospital Offers Hope For Haiti

NPR-by Jason Beaubien January 27, 2012 Even before the devastating earthquake in 2010, Haiti’s public health care system was perhaps the worst in the Western Hemisphere. Then the quake knocked down clinics, killed medical workers and severely damaged the General Hospital in Port-au-Prince, the capital. Now, the Boston-based group Partners in Health has set...
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GERVAIS CHARLES PROMISED HELP BY HAITIAN MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS FOR PORT SALUT RAPE VICTIM JOHN JEAN AS THE URUGUAYAN PRESIDENT SHOWS HE IS A LIAR WITH NO WORD!!!

January 29, 2012
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GERVAIS CHARLES PROMISED HELP BY HAITIAN MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS FOR PORT SALUT RAPE VICTIM JOHN JEAN AS THE URUGUAYAN PRESIDENT SHOWS HE IS A LIAR WITH NO WORD!!!

January 28 Maitre Gervais Charles has met with representative of the Haitian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to discuss the case of Johny Jean who was raped by 5 members of the Uraguayan Navy, serving with MINUSTAH at Port Salut. When the crime was committed  Johny Jean’s family reported the attack  to authorities. This resulted...
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MARTELLY PROMISED SECURITY AND HAS FAILED TO DO SO….THINGS ARE WORSE THAN WITH PREVAL WHILE MARTELLY TEAM JUST STEALS MONEY. SECOND AMERICAN SHOT IN ONE WEEK

January 29, 2012
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MARTELLY PROMISED SECURITY AND HAS FAILED TO DO SO….THINGS ARE WORSE THAN WITH PREVAL WHILE MARTELLY TEAM JUST STEALS MONEY. SECOND AMERICAN SHOT IN ONE WEEK

January 29 A man who was shot and robbed while volunteering in Haiti is now receiving treatment at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Authorities said 50-year-old Dave Bompart was robbed and shot on Wednesday in Haiti. Bompart, called “Big Dave,” was helping build a 40-bed orphanage in the country. “Went to the bank to get money...
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Mardi, 24 janvier 2012 13:14 Contrebande : Paris va aider Haïti

January 29, 2012
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Mardi, 24 janvier 2012 13:14 Contrebande : Paris va aider Haïti

Contrebande : Paris va aider Haïti La France va aider Haïti, dépourvu d’armée, à créer une force de sécurité pour notamment lutter contre la contrebande, ont annoncé mardi à Paris le ministre des Affaires étrangères Alain Juppé et son homologue haïtien Laurent Lamothe. Dans la perspective d’une future fin de mission des Casques bleus...
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Where did Haiti’s aid go?

January 28, 2012
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Where did Haiti’s aid go?

Chicago TRIBUNE:Clarence Page Two years after a magnitude-7.0 earthquake struck Haiti killing hundreds of thousands, more than a half-million Haitians are still sleeping under tarps, often in camps without enough water or toilets. As another hurricane season approaches, many people are asking: What happened to the generous donations that Americans gave? Congress should make...
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AMERICANS MISS ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY – SCREWED YET AGAIN, BY THE FRENCH: WHAT ABOUT THE MONROE DOCTRINE? France to Help Haiti Set Up New “Security Force”

January 27, 2012
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AMERICANS MISS ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY – SCREWED YET AGAIN, BY THE FRENCH: WHAT ABOUT THE MONROE DOCTRINE?  France to Help Haiti Set Up New “Security Force”

January 27, 2012 When Aristide departed, the American government stood aside as the French sent forces into Haiti. The United States then abandoned Haiti to the UN when all the Haitians wanted was 300 Marines. Now  French Chancellor Alain Juppe has promised the Martelly government assistance in reviving the Forces Armees d’Haiti. The Americans...
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Haitian Media Empire Spawned

January 27, 2012
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Haitian Media Empire Spawned

RocklandCountyTimes.com: Two of the Haitian community’s best newspapers have entered into a Joint Operating Agreement to streamline advertising and business operations, the publishers announced. The newspapers – The Haitian Times and Haiti Liberté – have different audiences and the combined circulation will be about 25,000 weekly with distribution in greater New York, Philadelphia, Boston,...
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Haiti and the shaming of the aid zealots: How donated billions have INCREASED poverty and corruption

January 27, 2012
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Haiti and the shaming of the aid zealots: How donated billions have INCREASED poverty and corruption

By Ian Birrell The first thing that strikes you is the smell: a sweet, sickly stench that sticks to your skin. It is worst in the morning, since women are terrified of risking a nocturnal trip to the handful of lavatories serving the thousands of people in the camp because of an epidemic of...
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When Death Wears Sunglasses: The Positive Aspect of Death in Haiti

January 27, 2012
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When Death Wears Sunglasses: The Positive Aspect of Death in Haiti

Huffington Post/Arts Carine Fabius Author, art dealer, museum curator What if Death had style? What if Death wore black sunglasses, liked to dance, smoke cigars and drink rum? What if he loved to indulge in bawdy sexual references (yes, in this case, Death is a he); and what if his presence made people want...
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EDITORIAL A PARDON FOR DUVALIER CRIMES THAT DO NOT EXIST? I HOPE NOT!!

January 26, 2012
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EDITORIAL     A PARDON FOR DUVALIER CRIMES THAT DO NOT EXIST? I HOPE NOT!!

EDITORIAL;The court system in Haiti has arrived at a point in time where it must, and I repeat MUST, give Jean-Claude Duvalier a clean bill of health. In actual fact, he is not guilty of any crimes against humanity, or inhumanity. He is not guilty of corruption to any degree greater than the average...
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Haiti Could Be in New Earthquake Cycle, Scientists Say

January 26, 2012
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Haiti Could Be in New Earthquake Cycle, Scientists Say

by Crystal Gammon, OurAmazingPlanet Contributor – Jan 26, 2012 Haiti’s quake history from 1900-2010. The depths and magnitudes are indicated. Credit: USGS. The magnitude-7.0 earthquake that shook Port-au-Prince, Haiti, two years ago nearly demolished the city and took both residents and geologists by surprise. Now, a team of scientists thinks they’ve identified a centuries-long...
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Coffee grown in Haiti, roasted in The Woodlands

January 26, 2012
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Coffee grown in Haiti, roasted in The Woodlands

Coffee grown in Haiti, roasted in The Woodlands How one local church is bringing fair trade to farmers in one of the world’s poorest countries. Published 01/26/2012 | By Bryan Shettig-Woodlandsonline THE WOODLANDS, Texas –– High up in the mountains of Haiti, farmers in the town of Marmelade work to grow coffee beans in...
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Double nationalité // J.C. Fignolé

January 26, 2012
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Double nationalité // J.C. Fignolé

C’est un point de vue appréciable. C’etait juste quelques refexions dues a une reaction d’enervement contre l’hypocrisie de la politique et les mensonges de l’Histoire J.C. Fignolé Histoire ou petite histoire? La question de la double nationalite alimente de facon recurrente les crises politiques haitiennes.Elle est une consequence des prescriptions xenophobes de la premiere...
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AP Interview: Haiti’s president suggests he could pardon Duvalier, wants UN peacekeepers out-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

January 26, 2012
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AP Interview: Haiti’s president suggests he could pardon Duvalier, wants UN peacekeepers out-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

AP Interview: Haitian leader could pardon Duvalier By NIKO PRICE | Associated Press Haiti’s president suggested Thursday that he might pardon former dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier, saying reconciliation for his nation is more important than making the man known as “Baby Doc” pay for his bloody rule. In an interview with The Associated Press, Michel...
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NASA Releases Amazing 64-MP 8000×8000 Photo of Earth

January 26, 2012
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NASA Releases Amazing 64-MP 8000×8000 Photo of Earth

NASA has released a breath-taking high-definition image of our fair planet from space. The 64-megapixel image was captured by the VIIRS instrument aboard NASA’s most recently launched Earth-observing satellite – Suomi NPP. According to NASA, the image is a a composite that uses a number of swaths of the Earth’s surface taken on January...
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MURDER OF FRENCH CONSUL!!!! MARTELLY GOVERNEMENT PRESSED FOR ARISTIDE & PREVAL EXTRADITION TO FRANCE, BASED ON TESTIMONY OF AMARAL DUCLONA

January 26, 2012
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MURDER OF FRENCH CONSUL!!!!  MARTELLY GOVERNEMENT PRESSED FOR ARISTIDE & PREVAL EXTRADITION TO FRANCE, BASED ON TESTIMONY OF AMARAL DUCLONA

January 25, 2012 Laurent Lamothe received a surprise request, during his visit to France. Pressure is on the Martelly government. The clock is ticking. Alain Juppé,  France’s Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of France has pressed Haiti’s Foreign Affairs Minister Laurent Lamothe for the extradition to France of both Rene Preval and Jean-Bertrand...
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$300 House Project targets Haiti

January 26, 2012
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$300 House Project targets Haiti

$300 House Project targets Haiti Dennis Ng / The Dartmouth Staff More photos » By Isobel Markham Published on Thursday, January 26, 2012 Facing a packed lecture hall in the Tuck School of Business, international business professor Vijay Govindarajan, the pioneer of the $300 House Project, welcomed the 40 participants of the four-day design...
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Best Western to open upscale hotel in Haiti

January 26, 2012
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Best Western to open upscale hotel in Haiti

By Karen Jacobs LOS ANGELES | Thu Jan 26, 2012 (Reuters) – Best Western, the mid-scale hotel chain that operates in more than 100 countries, is planning to open an upscale hotel in Haiti to cater to business travelers. The hotel, slated to open this summer in the Port-au-Prince suburb of Petion-Ville, will carry...
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